Hotmail is a free email service powered by Microsoft. Hotmail users have to sign into their account in order to receive or send emails. Hotmail sign in allows the users to determine whether they wish to have an automatic login or they want to enter the username and password manually to enter their account every time and this article explain this. When you start a Hotmail account you will get to a Hotmail sign in page. To the left hand side of this page, you will be able to view certain information regarding Hotmail account and sign up. To the right you will be having your Sign in textboxes, buttons and checkboxes.
Hotmail Sign In
- Hotmail sign in page contains a field called “Windows Live ID”. Adjacent to this field you should enter your username or your email address. Next, there will be a blank slot meant for password.
- Next, you have the option of asking the browser to remember the details you have entered. There will be a field known as “remember me on this computer” along with a checkbox. If you wish to login automatically every time you open this Hotmail sign in page then you should click on this checkbox and activate the option.
- When you activate this option, the system will create a cookie that contains your email address. However, this option will be available only when you are using the same browser.
- Hotmail sign in also has an option that allows the browser to remember their password. On the sign in page you will be having an option called “remember my password”. You should click on the checkbox near this option in order to activate it. This will allow the user to automatically log into their account. Whenever you open hotmail.com, it would automatically log in and open your inbox. Continue reading